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Nola.com: retired Louisiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Pascal Calogero takes a critical look at the behavior of prosecutors in Louisiana.
Posted by John Steele at 01:33 PM | Permalink
I don't see how revising the rules can help with that, so long as prosecutors are the only ones who can initiate enforcement actions. The victims of misconduct need to have the right to bring them themselves.
John David Galt |
March 02, 2012 at 01:00 AM
I have started this petition on change.org, regarding the desperate need for reform in our judicial system. I am asking that everyone take the time to read through it, and if you agree then take another 30 seconds to sign. This will act the basis for a research paper I am writing for college, and also if I am able to get 1 million signatures I am going to use it to try to get people's attention. It may seem like I am asking alot, but I am only asking for ten minutes of your time to educate yourself further on the issue and then maybe even contribute to making a change. I realize that there have been lots of groups trying to accomplish what I am trying to do, but I believe that it starts with each one of us taking the time to listen and then being willing to act, and it helps if you can prove that 1 million Americans agree with you.
April 20, 2012 at 04:26 PM
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